Wednesday, 13 April 2011


Revolutions are never pretty. The birth of justice is never easy. The fight for freedom, justice and dignity is what consumed the people of Egypt. Vicious clashes between those for and against Hosni Mubarak show just how ugly and unpredictable any revolution can get. Jan 25 marked the start of the end of Mubarak's 30 year rule. but is democracy sustainable in an Arab country where 82% of the population believe stoning is an appropriate punishment for adultery and 84% of the population favor the death penalty for Muslims who leave the religion?

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